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NZXT Whisper Classic Series Silent Tower Review

The NZXT Whisper Classic Series Full Steel Silent Tower is a very powerful case for a reasonable price. It offers a silent solution with support of up to nine hard drives and six 5.25" drives. An entire interior of sound dampening foam and silent fans are what gives this case its silent design. While NZXT designs mostly gaming cases I believe that they have knocked on the server chassis door with this case. With Extended ATX support this case could be a cost effective server chassis for a small business. Read on further to see what else this case has to offer.

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Boogie Bug Dub Style M Custom Case Review

Custom cases, there is always something about them that catches your eye. Many custom cases start from a very popular chassis and the M case is no different it is based off the Zalman Z-Machine GT1000. The Z-Machine GT1000 was released by Zalman a little while ago and is probably the best case that they have available. The Boogie Bug Dub Style team has taken the case and given it a total chrome finish and added a few other things to make it a quite an impressive case. Is this the perfect case for your new build? Read on to find out!

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Bgears b-Envi mATX Case Review

Cube cases are a very popular choice for someone who is building a HTPC or wants to save space on their desk. They also make a great LAN box because of their compact size. The b-Envi case from Bgears is quite an attractive case with windows on both sides, 3 front USB ports, 58-in-1 card reader, and a removable motherboard tray. I have decided to turn my main system into a mATX system, so read on to see how easy the b-Envi makes the transition for me.

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NZXT Khaos Classic Series Full Tower Welded Aluminum Chassis Review

Looking for a top of the line quality full tower gaming case? The NZXT has what you're looking for! With dual power supply support, complete black finish, inside and out, support of up to seven 120mm fans, four of which are included and a complete aluminum design this case is surely out there to give you something that you don't have. This case even comes equipped with a handle and wheels to lug it around! Now how many cases can you say have that? Read on further to see what else this $400 case has to offer for its buyers.

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AeroCool CoolPanel 3 Color LCD Multi-Function Panel Review

Today we have the opportunity to review the third series of AeroCool CoolPanel card readers; the CoolPanel 3. With a sleek black design and color LCD display it is sure to make most any case out there. This multi-function panel gives its user the ability to view sound levels, three selected temperatures and view three fan speeds. In addition to these great features the panel offers two USB ports, an eSATA port, HD audio jacks and a 56-in-1 card reader. Read on further to see what else is inside.

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Sunbeam Automation Mid Tower Case Review

We have always known Sunbeam for making some really visually appealing cases. The Sunbeam Transformer case is one of my favorite cases of all time. One thing that is great about Sunbeam cases is that they usually have a wide variety of features, but still remain affordable. Today we will be looking at the Automation, which is a very stylish case that features an aluminum chassis design. Let's see if this is the case for you.

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AeroCool S9 Pro Mid Tower Case Review

We have the opportunity today to look at the AeroCool S9 Pro Mid Tower Case. This case offers a HUGE 40CM side panel fan, the largest in the world, which kicks out a whopping 250CFM of airflow. For those of you who aren't familiar with airflow a standard 12CM fan only outputs around 65CFM of airflow. That's nearly 4x the airflow! This case also offers 9 useable 5.25" drive bays, 4 of which can be used for 3.5" devices. Read on more for further information and even for a video of the 40CM fan in action.

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